Monthly Archives: March 2012

Go Anywhere with latakoo

Making video simple means giving latakoo users the freedom to move. No matter what you want to do with your video or who you want to share it with, we want to make it easier. For many of our users, … Continue reading

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latakoo Receives National Attention from CBS Radio

CBS News Correspondent August Skamenca discovered latakoo’s make video simple service at South by Southwest and decided he needed to tell the world about us. Mr. Skamenca interviewed latakoo Chief of Strategic Communications, James Moore as well as latakoo founder and President, … Continue reading

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latakoo Sends Large Video Files Fast to Box

Integration powers and simplifies video collaboration for 8 Million Box Customers March 14, 2012 Contact: James Moore,, 512.300.9232; 512.502.5666 (Austin, Texas) – Video management company, latakoo ( has integrated with Box to provide a simplified approach to accessing and … Continue reading

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A Day of Doing

Woody Allen’s line has been repeated so many times it’s turned into a cliché’ but it’s still true that 90 percent of life is just showing up. This is especially true at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin. … Continue reading

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Drag, Drop, Start, ‘Koo & SXSW

March 12, 2011 This is a big week for a lot of tech companies, including our Austin home grown startup latakoo ( We’ve invested in a booth on the convention floor, promotional materials, and working our tails off to get … Continue reading

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latakoo, SXSW, and the World

SXSW Interactive Festival always starts before it starts. There are already panels underway for the 2012 session. And this year latakoo is exhibiting our technology on the floor of the convention center. We think people are going to be impressed … Continue reading

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Getting smarter about bandwidth

Too many apps and services treat bandwidth as an unconstrained, ubiquitous resource. We think that’s wrong, for a number of reasons. Over at The Verge today, Chris Ziegler has announced the death of unlimited bandwidth cellphone plans: Some carriers — … Continue reading

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